|Rag Radio 11-24-2009 / Rock Journalist Margaret Moser - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-A discussions of the arts, music, and alternative journalism scenes in Austin, past and present, with a special focus on the recent death of legendary underground artist Bill Narum. Guest: •Margaret Moser -- Award winning rock journalist and author. Senior editor and writer for the Austin Chronicle. Host: Thorne Dreyer; Engineer: Tracey Schulz.
Keywords: -Rock, Alternative Journalism, Bill Narum, Austin Chronicle
|Ad for Austin Chronicle - Hot Sauce Festival - by Tracey Schulz - Tracey Schulz|
Ad for Austin Chronicle - "Hot Sauce Festival" - by Tracey Schulz
Keywords: Ad for Austin Chronicle; Hot Sauce Festival; Tracey Schulz
|Rag Radio 2013-03-01 - Austin Chronicle Editor & SXSW Co-Founder Louis Black - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Louis Black is the editor of The Austin Chronicle, Austin’s major weekly newspaper, which he co-founded with Nick Barbaro in 1981. In 1987 Black co-founded South by Southwest Music, Interactive and Film Festivals and Conferences, along with Barbaro and Roland Swenson. SXSW Music is the largest music festival and music industry event in the world; SXSW Interactive is arguably the largest event of its kind in the world; and SXSW Film has become one of the preeminent film festivals in the country...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Louis Black; SXSW; Austin Music; Music Festivals; Independent Film; Austin Chronicle
|Rag Radio 2011-01-14 / Austin Chronicle News Editor Michael King - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Michael King is the News Editor of the Austin Chronicle, where he has reported on state and city politics since 2001, and writes the weekly column, “Point Austin.” Born a Hoosier in Northwest Indiana, he was educated at Indiana University and Yale University, receiving a Ph.D. in 1977. He edited The Spectator in Bloomington, Indiana, an early 60s underground paper. He was in the English Department of UT Austin from 1977 to 1985, and has worked in shoe stores and steel mills, libraries and la...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Michael King; Austin Chronicle; Journalists; Texas Politics; Underground Press; Sixties
|What's New Interview Margaret Moser - Tracey Schulz|
This week during SXSWï»¿, I got the chance to interview the one & only Margaret Moserï»¿, for the What's New Radio Showï»¿ on KOOP Radioï»¿. We talk about her passing the baton at tonight's Austin Chronicleï»¿ Austin Music Awards. Feel free to stream/download the whole thing here. Thanks for listening!
Keywords: SXSWï»¿; Margaret Moserï»¿; interview; What's New; Radio Show; KOOP; Radio; Austin Chronicle; ï»¿ Austin Music Awards; austin; tx; texas
|Rag Radio 2014-01-24 - Award-Winning Rock Journalist Margaret Moser, Director, Austin Music Awards - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Award-winning rock journalist Margaret Moser has played a major role in the evolution of the famed Austin music scene. Moser, who began writing about music for The Austin Sun in 1976, is a senior editor and writer for The Austin Chronicle, and, since 1983, has directed the Chronicle's prestigious annual Austin Music Awards (held during South by Southwest but actually predating SXSW) and serves on the Austin Music Commission...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Margaret Moser; Music Journalists; Rock Journalists; Austin Music Awards; Austin Music Scene; Austin Chronicle; Austin Sun; Rock Groupies; Austin Music Commission
|People United - August 3, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features _Guanabee Media_ founding editor Cindy Casares and University of Texas journalism professor Bill Minutaglio, also both columnists at _The Texas Observer_, on the state of the news media in Texas. They spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on June 10, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Cindy Casares; Bill Minutaglio; news; The Texas Observer; The American Prospect; Guanabee Media; media; journalism; journalist; Texas; New York; ideology; framing; economics; institutions; capitalism; class; systemic; racism; race; minority; minorities; minority communities; communities of color; people of color; black; African American; Hispanic; Latino; Latina; Chicano; Tejano; Mexican American; white; whiteness; demographics; San Antonio; San Antonio Express-News; The Dallas Morning News; The Daily Texan; The Texas Tribune; Texas Monthly; The Austin Bulldog; The Austin Chronicle; mainstream; alternative; corporate; independent; commercial; nonprofit; education; university; major; professional; professionalism; professionalization; hiring; layoffs; contraction; citizen journalism; grassroots initiative; criticism; dialogue; history; current events
|People United - May 4, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features an encore presentation of KOOP Radio's Austin Mayoral Debate, moderated by Amy Smith of The Austin Chronicle and Deece Eckstein of KOOP Radio, and featuring all three candidates, libertarian activist Richard (Clay) DaFoe, incumbent Lee Leffingwell, and former City Council member and founding Save Our Springs Alliance board member Brigid Shea. They spoke at Scholz Bier Garten in Austin, Texas, on April 15, 2012, when the debate was first broadcast live on KOOP Radio...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; 2012 Austin Mayoral Debate; Deece Eckstein; Amy Smith; Austin Chronicle; Laura Hernandez; Ken McKenzie-Grant; Andrew Dickens; Thomas Durnin; Richard Clay Dafoe; Mayor Lee Leffingwell; Brigid Shea; Austin City Council; Save Our Springs Alliance; fee waiver; tax rebate; city subsidies; development deal; development zone; developers; Marriott; Apple; Formula One race track; utility rate increase; energy rate increase; water rates; waste water rates; at-large system; single-member district; geographic representation; affordable housing; housing costs; housing prices; housing bonds; bond money; bond revenue; tax revenue; debt; fiscal solvency; environment; transportation; quality of life; Paul Robbins; environmental activism; environmental organizations; civic organizations; Democratic clubs; Austin Police Department; APD; Austin Police Association; race; people of color; minorities; Austin politics; city politics; municipal politics; current events
|People United - August 17, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation about investigative journalism and the public interest with Ken Martin, founder, editor and publisher of The Austin Bulldog. He spoke at the KOOP Studio on July 23, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Ken Martin; The Austin Bulldog; investigative journalism; the public interest; advertising; ownership; editorial independence; staffing; community newspaper; government; transparency; public accountability; democracy; Texas Open Meetings Act; City of Austin; Austin City Council; round-robin meetings; work sessions; executive session; open-records request; emails; public official; city business; Travis County; Hays County; Dripping Springs; water supply; real estate; development; corruption; Williamson County; Georgetown; Third Coast magazine; Cox Communications; The Austin American-Statesman; Rich Oppel; Richard Oppel; The Dripping Springs Dispatch; The Williamson County Sun; The Austin Business Journal; In Fact newsletter; The Austin Chronicle; Lee Nichols; Texas Public Utility News; The Good Life magazine; Rebecca Melancon; Central Texas; WikiLeaks; The New York Times; Bill Keller; politics; public policy; history; current events
|People United - May 11, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features geographer Eliot Tretter on the branding of Austin as "The Live Music Capital of the World" and its relation to race and the politics of urban development. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books here in Austin, Texas, on April 11, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; Eliot Tretter; Department of Geography and the Environment; University of Texas at Austin; Caroline Polk O'Meara; City of Austin; quality of life; cultural policy; musical policy; economic policy; branding; marketing; live music; The Live Music Capital of the World; Max Nofziger; Austin Chamber of Commerce; Ernie Gammage; Austin Music Commission; business interests; growth coalition; race; racism; urban politics; urban development; urban growth; urban elites; demographic growth; ethnicity; diversity; majority minority city; minority majority city; racial hegemony; racial dominance; minorities; people of color; Latinos; Hispanics; Asians; African Americans; blacks; whiteness; East Austin; segregation; gentrification; neoliberalism; capital; geography; musical genres; musicians; exclusion; live music district; The Austin Chronicle; South by Southwest; SXSW; Austin City Limits; ACL; music festivals; history; current events